19TH INTERNATIONAL LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN CONGRESS (LMSCM2021) | Uluslararası Ticaret ve Lojistik Yönetimi | Hasan Kalyoncu Üniversitesi




19th International Logistics and Supply Chain Congress (LMSCM2021) will be held at Gaziantep University with the collaboration of the Logistics Association (LODER), Hasan Kalyoncu University, and Poznan University of Economics and Business on October 21-22, 2021. The congress provides an excellent opportunity for both researchers and practitioners to discuss recent and future trends in logistics and supply chain management.

LMSCM2021 encourages multidisciplinary networks and platforms for academics and professionals to identify the challenges and discuss solutions for logistics and supply chain management and welcomes scientific and practical contributions from different disciplines and fields. Authors are invited to submit original and unpublished research that has not been submitted for publication elsewhere. The submitted papers will undergo a double-blinded review process.


The main theme of the congress is “Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management”. Potential topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

​Humanitarian logistics

Emergency logistics

Disaster relief operations

Supply chain management in disaster relief

Development aid logistics and supply chain management

Assessing and managing supply chain vulnerability

Managing supply chain disruptions

Measuring performance in humanitarian supply chains

Decision-making in humanitarian supply chains

Knowledge management and transfer in humanitarian supply chains

Information and communication technology for humanitarian logistics

Supply chain cooperation, integration, and collaboration in the humanitarian setting

Relationship management in humanitarian supply chains

Public-private partnerships in humanitarian logistics

Inter-organizational coordination across humanitarian supply chains

Civil-military cooperation in disaster relief

Humanitarian health care supply chains

Principles and theory of relief supply chain management

The role of donors and volunteers in humanitarian logistics

Not-for-profit supply chains

Quantitative methods and simulation in disaster relief logistics

Warehousing and inventory management for disaster relief

Emergency procurement

Early detection and assessment of requirements for disaster relief chains

Big data for supply chain management in a crisis situation

Autonomous Vehicles in Logistics

Big data analytics in logistics

E-commerce and omnichannel logistics

Logistics 4.0

Sustainability in logistics and supply chains

Green logistics and supply chain management

Transportation and warehouse management

Social responsibility in logistics and supply chains

Best practices in logistics and supply chains

Innovation and technology management

Risk management

Retail logistics and supply chains

Service supply chains

Sourcing and outsourcing

Special topics in logistics and supply chains

Innovative and smart technologies in logistics

Smart and sustainable city logistics

Emergencies and crisis logistics

Humanitarian logistics

Health care logistics

Transportation law


All accepted and presented submissions will be published in the book of abstracts and full papers (optional) will be published in the conference proceedings and selected papers will be forwarded to LMSCM2021 special issues of selected journals (not certain).